ITV viewers have all been asking why Warwick Davis isn't presenting his game show Tenable this week.
Airing at 3pm on weekdays, Tenable sees teams of five answer 'top 10 list' questions for the chance to win a jackpot of £125,000.
In April, ITV launched the fifth series of the quick-witted quizzing show.
But for this series, Warwick Davis has shared hosting duties with Sally Lindsay.
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Sally Lindsay, known for her turns in Coronation Street, Open All Hours, and Mount Pleasant, took the reigns of Tenable this week.
It is a shake-up for the show and it has been announced that Sally will host 25 episodes of this series, reports CambridgeshireLive.
Taking to Twitter to write about his absence from the show, Warwick wrote: "When you tune in to Tenable at 3pm on ITV today, you’ll notice I look a lot like the fabulous Sally Lindsay.
"Sally is stepping into my hosting shoes for a run of shows while I’m in pre-production for another project.
"With this change, You can be assured of 2 things - the jokes won’t be as bad and the show will have a touch more glamour!
"Thanks for your continued support. Cheers! Break a leg Sally! x"
It is thought that the other project could be the Disney+ sequel TV series to Willow - the 1988 Ron Howard adventure film which starred Warwick.
He is confirmed to be in the new series, which was set to begin filming in the spring of this year, according to Wales Online , and should arrive on the streaming service in 2022.
So, Warwick fans need not despair. He will be returning to your screens as Tenable host at some point in this series.
Additionally, the news suggests that we’re getting ever closer to the long-awaited follow up to Willow .